This unit has been discontinued.
The aim of this unit is to enable students to develop skills in the rehearsal and recording of chamber music/small ensemble/orchestral audition repertoire for a professionally presented end product. Students choose the repertoire for the recording project and are responsible for devising and ensuring a regular rehearsal schedule. A workshop allows students opportunities to learn recording and editing skills, perform and engage in class discussions of a diverse range of performance issues, e.g. style, performance practice, interpretation, artistic issues. It is expected that students will undertake significant research of their chosen repertoire and reflect in a scholarly manner on their performance choices. All CD projects must include accompanying liner notes
|Unit name||Recording Project|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts and Law
Tasmanian College of the Arts
Dr Anne-Marie Forbes
|Available as student elective?||No|
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FCA445 AND either FCM415, FCM417 or FCZ462
Six x 2 hour class sessions
Class lecturer's weekly assessment (eg. preparation, professionalism and engagement in class discussions): 10% Repertoire research (Reflective essay/CD notes/viva): 40% Final assessment of recorded performance product (min 20 mins music): 50%
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